Adopting the Teridion service is among the easiest things to do, regardless of existing infrastructure.
As an example, let’s say you want to access data from a web server. The first thing you do is enter a domain name into your browser URL window: example.com. From there, your browser will query the Domain Name System (DNS) to get a destination IP—like asking for an address to put on an envelope to a final destination. From there, your request will travel from your browser, bouncing from one edge router to another on the cheapest path possible, until you arrive at your destination.